March 30, 2011

Not too big, not too small

By Nicole Landini, Art Director A lot of people say that Chico may be too small for its own good. That nothing big ever happens here. Most importantly, there doesn’t seem to be any opportunity here. This started to scare me, because I really love this town. I am really […]
March 29, 2011

Social media–use it or lose out

By Emmalee Kremer, Editorial DirectorI could count the number of people in the room on both hands, including the employees. To say the event was a bust would be an understatement. I had been invited to my friend’s show through Facebook, and it was embarrassing how few of the invitees […]
March 29, 2011

Sugar rush: the chronicle of a cupcake addict

By Sarah Kennedy, Business and Alumni Relations Director Some may credit it to my sugar problem, but I just call it good PR. It started a few months ago when I was casually flipping through channels on my TV and I landed on a show–a show all about cupcakes. Chocolate […]
March 29, 2011

Everything I need to know about PR I learned from Chinese food

By Jaclyn Percy, Senior Account Executive As you walk past the store front nothing much stands out. Yeah, so there are some paint designs on the windows, a few cheaply printed pictures of food and a schedule of its hours. I must be frank, nothing about the place looks inviting […]
March 29, 2011

How to snag a summer internship

By Megan McCourt, General Manager “What are you doing after graduation?” It’s the question I keep getting and can’t quite answer yet — the dreaded thought of what I’m going to do come May in the working world. For the past two summers I’ve landed fantastic internships.  Last year I […]
March 29, 2011

Bién-Être

By Caitlin Wallace, Social Media Director Translated from French, meaning to be well. Most of my life I have been described as high strung, chatty, wound up and bubbly. I have a lot of energy, to say the least. This information was never news to my parents during parent-teacher conferences in […]